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Thu, 13 Jan 2011 10:50:14 -0700
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Howdy all,

This morning at 5:30 there was a great horned working on a local rabbit 
under one of our feeders. I thought perhaps this was a good omen to try 
for the snowy as I have yet to see one in Dakota County. Unfortunately 
no luck during the limited time I had (9:00 to 9:30) or so. Hopefully it 
IS still around. Please repost if seen. I did pick up snow buntings for 
a new rice county bird and the great horned was number 20 for the year 
in our yard. The two white throats are still here.

Blaine Seeliger Farmington Dakota Co.

On Thu, Jan 13, 2011 at 9:38 AM, dan&erika wrote:

> Hi All--
> I have learned that, unknown to local birders, the Snowy Owl I posted 
> about
> in Rice Co. has been near the same farm since before Christmas. 
> Therefore,
> if you go out and miss it, chances are good that you can find it on a
> subsequent trip.  The bird's location is just west of the intersection 
> of MN
> 19 and Dakota Co. 59 on the south side of the road in Rice Co.
> Good luck!
> dan
> -- 
> Dan or Erika Tallman
> Northfield, Minnesota
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